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2013 - 2014

Allocation of pupil premium 2013-2014

During the year 2013-2014 the children were grouped according to need in each key stage. Using the PPG we provided teaching assistants with new training opportunities to ensure the day to day teaching met the needs of each pupil reducing the barriers to learning.

2013-14                           £32,700

Financial year

 

Amount of Pupil Premium funding

2012-2013

£22,678

2013-2014

Total number on roll

93 pupils

Number of FSM pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium

 

39 %

Number of looked after pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium

 

2 %

Number of service children eligible for the Pupil Premium

 

1

 

 

Record of pupil premium grant spending

Pastoral focussed interventions and extra curricular activities were evaluated through pupil and parent voice and amended accordingly throughout the year to suit the diverse needs of all families.

 

Aim

Item

Intended impact

Impact/Outcome

To increase parental engagement through;-

To support the changing needs of families through the Early Help initiative 2013

 

½ salary HSW

10,554

Early help team established

Increase in multi-agencies involvement through TAC/CIN within school

Improvement in attendance

37 % in 2012-2013 to 85 in 2013-2014 % increase in multi agency meetings

Annual attendance 81 % 2012-2013 to 87 % 2013-2014 increase

Increase of parents with EAL liaising with HSW

 

To provide a supportive and effective transition process for each child and their family to improve conditions for learning

Early bird training 3 days-TLR EY & HSW

£1990

Rise in pupil attainment and achievement

Increase in self esteem

Provision tailored to meet needs of children with ASD

Transition process more effective-home visits

Links with families

(see tables below)

To enable families to support their child’s learning through the provision of shared learning experiences

New approach to informal opportunities

Fun days and parents evening £1468

Resources £50

Rise in pupil attainment and achievement

Increase in self esteem

Focus on basic skills

Increase in parents visible in school

Parents access informal/formal learning events within the school day

Increase in parents participating in events out of school time

 

Personalised curriculum to meet individual needs

VI individual interventions 1/3 salary x2 TAs £ 5,522

Resources £883

Small group intervention across key stage (occupational therapy/speech therapy) £2082

Strategies matched to meet individual needs

Reduction in barriers to learning

Development of teachers skill base to differentiate

To enable disadvantaged pupils to access similar experiences as their peers

Enrichment opportunities

Archery £250

Residential trips £800

Theatre groups £890

Rise in use of conversational skills

 

Building independence

(see tables below)

To enable disadvantaged pupils to access digital technology

New ICT suite-targeted support in year 6

1/3 ICT technician salary

 

Rise in pupils using ICT to communicate

Website changed

Increase in pupils accessing ICT

Use of ICT to supplement teaching

Digital reading scheme trialled

During the year 2013-2014 the targeted groups of pupils contained both pupil premium and non pupil premium pupils who were not making expected progress, thus avoiding stigmatising and demoralising the pupils by drawing too much attention to them.


2013-2014  Pupil premium progress according to need making expected and/or above expected progress

Language and literacy

Mathematics

Personal, social and emotional

PMLD PP

100%

100%

100%

PMLD NPP

75%

100%

100%

SLD PP

84.6%

92.3%

76.9%

SLD NPP

66.7%

61.1%

72.2%

MLD PP

50 %

50%

0%

MLD NPP

100%

100%

100%